The first BlackBerry 10 device will have an all-touch design, and look a bit like the current Dev Alpha device. Aside from a few blurry leaked photos of the phone, codenamed London, the public has no idea of what it will look like.
Designer John Anastasiadis took what he knew of the device, based on all the available information, and created a 3D rendering of the upcoming BlackBerry 10 phone. It looks pretty fantastic to us, and comes at a time when BlackBerry fans need something to look forward to. With BlackBerry Jam San Jose next week, where RIM is expected to show off a bit more of the finished BB10 OS, the next few months are going to be very important for the Waterloo-based company.
And despite the hubbub created by the iPhone 5, it’s nice to know that there are still some die-hard fans willing to take the time to breathe virtual life into a product that isn’t expected to hit the market for another four months.
Check out the full video after the break and let us know what you think!